The idea here might look really crazy. But on a few occasions, I’ve had to loop through an entire SharePoint Farm in search of a list with a unique title (and then create the corresponding SPList object). One time I’ve had to do this was when passing control to an aspx page in the layouts folder from a modal dialog that was just closed.
Twitter announced today a new Related Headlines feature, which shows what websites a tweet has been embedded in on the tweet’s permalinked page. This lets you follow through on a story and learn extra context, and it encourages sites to embed tweets more often. From now on, when you click on the tweet’s URL on Twitter.com, you will see links to news stories where that tweet has been embedded. As an example, I will embed my own tweet below. If you click on the tweet’s URL (the timestamp), then you SHOULD see a link to this website in the related headlines section.
Most Windows users usually lauch their browser application in order to search the internet. If your favorite search engine is not set as your home page and if perhaps you don’t use Google Chrome (which allows searching directly from the address bar), then you would need to first type-in the address of your search engine before proceeding. This could be time wasting and monotonous.
EasyInline is an extension that attaches itself to your browser and serves you contextual ads without your permission. This could get annoying! You may have noticed recently that your Google Chrome suddenly starts displaying double lines (contextual ads) under certain words in a lot of websites you visit. This may not be a problem if the sites are just monetizing their content by subscribing to such contextual advertising. It however becomes irritating when you are visiting your own site/blog (on your local machine) and these ads show up without your permission. In such a case, you likely have an unwanted extension (EasyInline) installed in your Google Chrome. Here?s how to remove it:
A favicon (favorites icon) is a small image (usually a 16 x 16 icon) that sits besides the title of your webpage as shown in a browser tab. Favicons are a must for any proper and complete website because they are used by browsers in lots of places (like tabs and bookmarks) and they help your returning users to easily identify your website visually.
SQL Server 2008 allows for the creation of local backups. However, these backups must really be “local” in the sense that they can only be created on the machine where the SQL Server instance is installed. The whole idea behind database backups is about keeping a copy of data in case of Server failure or some other problem. So storing the backed up data on the same machine is definitely not a good idea.